Sabah-Sulu dilemma: View from Philippines

Sabah-Sulu dilemma: View from Philippines

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Why are the authorities here treading delicately and gingerly in dealing with the ‘invasion’ from Sulu? This view from the Philippines may shed some light.

Have a look at this article from the Philippines Daily Inquirer. Thanks to JJ for the link.

Well, I suppose you could say that the ‘Project M’ chickens have come home to roost.

According to Special Branch testimony during the ongoing Royal Commission of Inquiry in Sabah, as reported by Malaysiakini:

The police Special Branch said today there could be subversive elements among the foreigners who received blue identity cards illegally and therefore Project IC was a threat to national security.

“We do not know where these people came from or their backgrounds. They could be criminals or subversive in nature or similar things.

“This becomes a threat, not only to security, but also to political, economic and social stability,” assessment officer Ahmad Fauzan Mohd told the royal commission of inquiry on immigrants in Sabah today.

3 COMMENTS

  1. Interesting punchline to the linked article – I suggested “chickens home to roost” might be happening earlier when my wife pointed out the Sabah article at the BBC.

    So will this be Najib’s Falklands and win him electoral success against the odds?

     
  2. Could it be possible that these group of people have our IC illegally and it represents a fraction of the whole, maybe half a million more who are outside of Lahad Datu but they are in Sabah. If their demands are not met, they will not vote for BN, with the rest outside as well. so the outsider illegals with our IC are just waiting for this resolution, more than half a million of their followers. As I would wonder why the police is involved and not the army. The army had made their stand earlier to be neutral. Are they afraid that if BN lose, they will be kick out of Sabah and now they are awaken to stake their claims so that they can live and reign as their own land sovereignly. Just a thought!

     
  3. On our street from Perlis to Penang to KL down to Johore and Sabah the people are being arrested, intimidated being chased out for some simple reason of wearing yellow, black or green or gathering to express their right of expression.

    But now in Sabah when the sovereignty of our nation is at stake and being compromised with armed person intruding into our soil, BN UMNO Najib Hisham are not arresting or chasing them out.

    Is there an agenda ?????????

     

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